Ramit has over 15 years long experience in providing legal consultancy services in corporate in India
NEW DELHI: Chetak Foundation, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm of Chetak Group, the leading player in logistics in India has inducted Ramit Sehrawat, a renowned lawyer with 15 years long experience in providing legal consultancy services to corporates, on its advisory board to build upon his strong background in the legal domain.
The foundation has been set up to work on improving the quality of life for underprivileged communities in logistics and other public domains. Ramit Sehrawat is a lawyer, enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi since August 2007. He is a legal practitioner and professionally he handles cases independently. He established Goodmen Solicitors LLP firm to provide legal consultancy and advisory services to corporates.
Speaking on the development Sachin Haritash, Board of Director Chetak Group said, “We are happy to induct Ramit Sehrawat on the advisory board of Chetak Foundation. His immense experience in the legal domain and politics will help add value to our efforts at the Foundation. We are confident that he will also enjoy new challenges at the foundation.”
Ramit is actively involved in politics and held many political positions in past. He was the Secretary of Delhi University Student Union in 2005-2006. He was one of the youngest candidates to contest elections for Municipal Cooperation of Delhi, in 2007. Ramit is an alumnus of the Law Faculty and Sri Venkateshwara College, Delhi University. Besides politics, he likes reading books and playing cricket.
“I am glad to join Chetak Foundation’s advisory board. I have seen Sachin, his father Shri J K Sharma ji and the Chetak group from close quarters. I feel attached to the group and align with the vision of Shri J K Sharma ji to help the underprivileged. I look forward to offering my legal expertise to assist the Chetak Foundation team in achieving it objectives.” Said Ramit Sehrawat.
The Chetak Foundation has decided to focus on broad areas including Education, Livelihood, Health, safety, and Environment.
The Foundation has rolled out amazing schemes to take its mission forward like Poshan Plus (Hunger alleviation and Nutrition), Swasthya Plus (Health & Fitness), ‘Siksha se Rozgaar’ (Education to Livelihood), Zindagi Plus (Road safety), Oxygen Plus (Environment protection), and Sahayata Plus (Disaster/Emergency support).
Recently the Chetak Foundation has been bestowed upon with the CSR India’s Award for Skill Development and CST Times Award for its Health Initiatives during Coved. The Foundation distributed high-quality sanitization kits to thousands of Covid front-line workers.
Chetak Foundation has tied up with Delhi Skill and Entrepreneur University for Skill Development initiatives. The Foundation has also associated with credible organizations like Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi Metro, Indian Oil Corporate, Vision Foundation, Haryana Government and CRPF for its health, nutrition, environmental and road safety projects.
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